McKim & Creed provided ventilation work connected with generator replacements at Baycare Health System, Inc.
BayCare wanted to provide supplemental cooling to the utility building space that houses the chillers and switchgear. The intent of the project was to temper the space at approximately 80˚F with relative humidity conditions as low as possible. The project considered equipment room supplemental cooling, chiller plant capacity and structural loading.
The driver of the project was to dehumidify and provide cooling to protect critical infrastructure, electrical transformers and open drive chiller motors.